Ann Richards
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After achieving stardom in her native Australia, Ann Richards traveled to Hollywood. Unfortunately, studios never quite figured out what to do with her, and she retired after making just 12 movies in the States. But during her short stint in Hollywood, she co-starred with the likes of Brian Donlevy, Burt Lancaster, and Barbara Stanwyck. We'll hear her as a young woman who conspires to stay in high society by any means necessary in Marie Belloc Lowndes' "The Story of Ivy" (originally aired on CBS on June 21, 1945). Plus, she co-stars in a Lux Radio Theatre adaptation of "Disputed Passage" (originally aired on CBS on March 5, 1945).
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